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I have had service in and out all morning. No lte whatsoever.

Checked on outage map appears many big cities affected here in the northeast?

I am jumping from 3G to no cell service to 1x?

Must be Verizon !

I see there was a lot of maintenance scheduled for today wonder what is happening.

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Things went down here in the Boston suburbs around 4am. No LTE at all and very erratic 1X/EVDO. I caught a glimpse of LTE a few minutes ago, we'll see if it holds. Twitterland hints the entire Northeast is affected.

 

-Mike

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All I saw were a couple of generic tweets from Sprint saying it's been resolved and that it was a network issue. They aren't elaborating publicly. Would love to know what happened, just for geeky curiosity sake.

 

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If you have an iPhone it was due to the 9.3 iOS update not communicating right with network. I had the problem and on 3G my data worked fine

I have an Android and basically couldn't connect at all. Sprint never hinted that it was limited to iOS devices. It was limited to a particular area of the country.

 

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If you have an iPhone it was due to the 9.3 iOS update not communicating right with network. I had the problem and on 3G my data worked fine

 

 

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It happened on both ios and android.

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